Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Rain and Rain

Spring has sprung all over the place!

I delivered 5 new paintings to the Travis Gallery in New Hope, PA for the upcoming Anniversary Show. Boy was it raining. The whole east coast is gushing water out of holes, over grass and rocks, across roads and into the bulging rivers. The Anniversary Show runs from April 17th through May 29th with an opening reception on Saturday, April 17th from 5-8 pm.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Salty and Sweet

Have you tried my shortbread?

Peter's favorite annoying question to ask his kids is "Have you tried Barbara's shortbread?" Insert eye-rolling here. We don't know why he likes to ask it, but he does. I think it's a not so subtle way for him to talk about his favorite cookie, shortbread. Here's a great recipe for shortbread from Martha Stewart.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Bone Digger

Not what you might think

Now that the ground is soft again, Fiesta has been busy rehiding all of her rawhide bones. There is always a pile of mud on the end of her nose that I am constantly wiping off. Silly girl!

Seeds and Frost

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Feathers in a Field

Milford, PA

Weather Report From NE PA

Not a cloud in the sky and it feels like Spring is just around the corner

Saturday, March 13, 2010


The Patisserie, Milford PA


Another tiny face on a tree

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Feather on the Beach

Ipswich, MA

We drove up to The Churchill Gallery in Newburyport, MA to deliver 2 more paintings -- Late Winter Marsh and Meadow, Late Day December. Two large, beautiful paintings that look stunning in the gallery. We have a busy week this week, so we turned around and drove home. 12 hours later....

Tree Shadows

Even with all this snow on the ground, It felt like Spring today

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Road Trip

Diet Pepsi, Peter's favorite nectar

A last minute road trip took us to Cazenovia, NY to the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. Peter will be participating in a show there in April and with the break in the weather we thought we should get his painting there. Upstate New York (They would correct me and say Central New York) is so beautiful and I'm sad I didn't really take any photos. More details about the show to come.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Waiting for the Light

Peter revisits a favorite motif

30 minutes earlier